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30 September 2014
For the past seven years, we have held an annual benefit cocktail in Montreal. Three years ago, we brought the tradition to Quebec City. Now, these networking evenings attract more than 750 guests, mainly from the business community, all with a shared interest in sustainable development.
30 September 2014
You may have already heard that a coalition of environmental groups recently won a temporary injunction suspending exploratory drilling by TransCanada in critical beluga whale habitat in the St. Lawrence River near Cacouna, Quebec. During the proceedings at the Quebec Superior Court, it was...
28 September 2014
More than 400,000 people took to the streets of New York City on Sunday, September 21 in anticipation of a UN Climate Summit. The numbers are impressive: A total of 2800 events were held in 166 countries. It was the largest mobilization for the climate in history. Clearly, the time for action is...
Actu - Le Sommet du climat à New York se conclut sur une vague d'optimisme (Julien Charlebois)
28 September 2014
Equiterre is disturbed to learn that supertankers carrying tar sands crude have arrived on the St. Lawrence River. 
28 September 2014
A coalition of environmental groups have won a temporary injunction suspending exploratory drilling by TransCanada in critical beluga habitat off of Cacouna, Quebec. The drilling was to find a place for a proposed oil port that TransCanada would build as part of its controversial Energy East...
Actu - Un sursis pour les bélugas (photo : Kyle via Flickr)
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